Stencils tagged with ‘flow’
The swim lane diagram shows graphically the relationship of an application’s components and the group responsible for the component. This swim lane stencil includes Actors, Systems, Screens, Pages and Flow Diagram elements. Most of the stencil elements are borrowed from the existing Isometric stencils.
essential shapes for any UX flow
Make beautiful flowcharts for your mobile apps in minutes. Just drag and drop mini wireframes to create professional deliverables for your clients, developers or team members. This flowchart stencil comes packaged with 66 fully customizable mini wireframes to represent app functions, along with gesture icons and common...more
This Visio-like swimlane business process stencil is best used with flowchart symbols based upon ISO 5807:1985 such as: https://www.graffletopia.com/stencils/661
Make beautiful flowcharts for your websites and web apps in minutes. Just drag and drop mini wireframes to create professional deliverables for your clients, developers, or team members. This flowchart stencil comes packaged with 63 mini wireframes to represent common page layouts, built on a 4-column grid with elements...more
Visual Vocabulary for Web Flowcharts helps interaction designers on drawing Web flowcharts. This is probably the most beautiful set of stencils in this specific area. This vocabulary follows the existing convention (http://www.jjg.net/ia/visvocab/), and also brings some new elements. For more information, please checkout the...more
This stencil can be utilized to create user flows in OmniGraffle. Please let me know if you see anything that needs to be added, changed, or updated to this stencil. You can find me on Twitter under the user name, Candlelight. Thanks!
A simple stencil for components of a UIMA workflow.
The Method Engineering stencil contains the shapes used in the method engineering approach of Utrecht University. For more information about (situational) method engineering check the wiki or search for Method Engineering in Google.